Video: Fans Share MS Dhoni’s Iconic Six In World Cup Final On His Birthday

Video: Fans Share MS Dhoni’s Iconic Six In World Cup Final On His Birthday

It is the birthday of Mahendra Singh Dhoni (MSD) and the entire cricket community is celebrating the former India captain and wishing him well. Social media is also celebrating in its own way.

A video has gone viral on Twitter today showing Dhoni hitting a winning six at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium to help India beat Sri Lanka and win the 2011 ODI World Cup final.

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That moment is still etched in the minds of every Indian cricket fan, in which Dhoni sent a message. نووان کولاسیکرا۔ Delivery rose for six, and then picked up his bat and stood still for a few seconds.

“Probably the biggest night ever for any Indian fan MS DhoniThe captaincy atmosphere and feeling was unparalleled, “said Mufzal Vohra, one of the many Twitter users who shared the clip.

It has received more than 1.2 million views since it was shared on Thursday morning.

The clip was originally shared by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on April 2, 2017 to commemorate this historic moment.

The ball disappeared in the stands after Dhoni’s shot, only found nine years later.

The bat that Dhoni used to hit a superb shot sold for a record 100 100,000 a month later. It is also listed in the Guinness World Records as the most expensive cricket bat.

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During the World Cup final, India held Sri Lanka to a total score of 274 for six. The hosts got off to a weak start in pursuit of their goal, losing openers Virender Sehwag And Sachin Tendulkar In the early stages.

لاستھ ملنگا Sehwag was dismissed for zero off two balls and Sachin for 18 runs.


It was only after the arrival of Gautam GambhirThat India strengthened its pursuit, paved the way for Dhoni and Yuvraj Singh To seal the victory.

Dhoni hit a winning six and India won the final by six wickets. It was also India’s second and final ODI World Cup title since the 1983 victory.

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